Singapore Airlines' regional carrier SilkAir will raise the frequencies of several services during the summer 2013 period, subject to regulatory approvals.
Its Singapore-Chengdu service will be raised from daily to nine times weekly on 2 June 2013, while the Singapore-Wuhan service will be operated daily, says the carrier.
It will also add a weekly service on routes from Singapore to Coimbatore and Danang, increasing their frequencies to four and six times weekly respectively.
Services to Manado, Langkawi and Chiang Mai, meanwhile, will increase from four to five times weekly, while both services to Penang and Phuket will increase to five times daily.
The Singapore-Bandung service, however, will be reduced from daily to five times weekly, adds SilkAir.